Summary: I bought this phone for something that was more modern than my flip phone and what the most of everyone else is using nowadays. Here's some observations; The phone is actually called a "YOUTH" - this is where the "Y" comes from, something I missed when purchasing. The phone seems to be geared more towards younger users with its size and lack of extra features. The camera is low resolution but does take "ok" pictures.
My first Smart Phone - inexpensive and easy to use
Timothy G. Holtz, Amazon
27 June 2012
Summary: This is my first smart phone. It’s replacing my eight year old Motorola V195s, (which weighs a bit more than this phone, and is somewhat more clunky) as my primary phone, with the Motorola becoming my “backup phone”. The Motorola still works fine, but the battery charge now only holds a couple days. I don’t subscribe to wireless internet from my provider (PureTalk USA), so I’m relying on wi-fi for internet connectivity.
Summary: I received this product and I live in the US. I loved the phone but was not compatable with the data and mms for at&t. I made several attempts with the company to get it to work, but it was simply the phone. Also, the app store was not US version and the same apps my husband used for his android were not available.